Dimas

By Heather Burlingame, Senior Production Editor | September 28, 2010

Of the company's three new flat saws, the FS 8700 D is the largest and features an 83-hp Deutz diesel engine with turbocharger. It is equipped with a two-speed hydrostatic transmission and has infinitely variable speeds to 220 fpm. Six blade options provide cuts from 6.5 to 25 inches deep. The FS 600 D is powered by a 52-hp Deutz engine and provides cuts to 15 inches deep. The FS 3100 D, with a 31-hp Deutz, features a compact, low-profile design, but can cut to 12.5 inches deep.

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